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 Apr11 comment Preventing “proof by homework”? Thanks! I wish I could accept both yours and mayrb's answer. :( Apr11 accepted Preventing “proof by homework”? Apr11 comment Preventing “proof by homework”? Ahhh, thanks for reminding me of that fact, yes I did prove it in previous answers. I ended up using a combination of both yours and David's answers. Apr11 awarded Yearling Apr11 asked Preventing “proof by homework”? Apr8 comment Getting different answer when evaluating an integral from a released exam. Multiply by a ... not 1/a Apr8 revised Getting different answer when evaluating an integral from a released exam. added 4 characters in body Apr8 comment Getting different answer when evaluating an integral from a released exam. Actually, I forgot to add C to the second integration... darn it. XD Apr8 accepted Getting different answer when evaluating an integral from a released exam. Apr8 comment Getting different answer when evaluating an integral from a released exam. I'm glad it wasn't me forgetting a rule. I get it. Multiply by 1/a and k = aC1 - aC2. Thanks! Hahaha. Apr8 reviewed Approve suggested edit on Getting different answer when evaluating an integral from a released exam. Apr8 awarded Custodian Apr8 asked Getting different answer when evaluating an integral from a released exam. Apr7 accepted Help evaluating summation. Apr7 comment Help evaluating summation. @Ron Gordon: Thanks! If you post a confirmation (as an answer) to my question I'll be happy to accept it! Apr7 comment Help evaluating summation. Yeah. It is 10^(i/n) Apr7 asked Help evaluating summation. Nov24 accepted How to prove the divisors of two numbers is the same as the divisors of a and b? Nov22 comment How to prove the divisors of two numbers is the same as the divisors of a and b? Ok, so I think I get it: $\gcd(a,b)$ is the smallest linear combination solution. All divisors of $a$ and $b$ divide the linear combination. Therefore, the two sets of divisors are the same then? Nov22 asked How to prove the divisors of two numbers is the same as the divisors of a and b?